Casey Jones-> Greatest Story Ever Told, Brown Eyed Women, Jack Straw, Box Of Rain, Deal, Mexicali Blues, You Ain't Woman Enough, Row Jimmy, The Race is On, Cumberland Blues, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Beat It On Down The Line, Loser, Playin' In The Band Bertha-> Promised Land, They Love Each Other, El Paso, Black Peter, Big River, Here Comes Sunshine, Me & My Uncle, He's Gone-> Truckin'-> The Other One-> Me And Bobby McGee-> The Other One-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Johnny B. Goode
patched with: AUD>MR>C>D>CD; Slight pitch correction; See info file for details; Seeded to etree by Mark Sweeney & Chuck Gannon
June 27, 2018 Subject:
Just a box of rain
Note: Don't let the initial distant sound
of the Casey Jones scare you off.
VOCALS ON THIS RECORDING (mid-1st set)
SOME OF THE BEST I HAVE EVER HEARD
especially -Box, Woman Enough, Row Jimmy
If you love harmonies--this section is it.
This 'Woman Enough' is another example
of why I am all in for DJG
Second Set not nearly as good vocal wise.
The EL PASO is beautiful.
During the slow part of Black Peter
-is when NOT to have a side conversation near a taper.
(no way the Black Peter is from the Board)
Yeah, notes say it is Aud patch,,
the Big River has a little distant feel but some of the riffs feel quadraphonic.
It just blows my mind how much music this band was capable of laying down in a single night.
Really nice HCS especially for the jam
just chilling mid 2nd set
Me & MY Uncle hold it's own. Weir all over those lyrics!
Listening to Garcia sing
and Phil's bass
on He's Gone
and Donna moaning low.
"HOT AS A PISTOL
BUT C000000L inside."
From Truckin' on
Weir takes the Lead Vocals
for the rest of the evening.
I don't know where this places for the year
but I sure love their sound in 1973
(overall Sound quality varies-
Brief dropout in Truckin'
but they tear into the jam
and I am feeling it
tough show to quantify
at times deserving those '3' ratings
but WOW when dialed in. :)
STEALIN MY FREAKIN' FACE
and that mid 1st set is SOOOoooo SWEET
The Other One which has a Bobby McGee in the last ballad spot / 2nd set and then
TOO spooky and then back into the light
for Sugar Magnolia
October 20, 2009 Subject:
At about 10:30 into the 01 the boys launch into a jam that personifies the beauty of the GD.It's about as far out there as music gets,it will make you happy to be alive.
September 14, 2007 Subject:
Breakfast of the champions.
I'm loving the show. my headphones are so shitty the quality doesnt really matter. i'm half way through china cat. great set list. i think this deserves more than 3 stars.
June 26, 2007 Subject:
Seattle Super Sonics
There is some very inspired music being played this week in 1973 up here in the Northwest....PNE, Portland, and this Seattle show are definitely worth a look-see. This show has a crisp, energetic feel to it-both sets. Some great numbers to start it off--a rare "You Ain' Woman" showcases the nice side of what Donna's voice brought to the table, while Garcia happily just twangs away behind her. Solid, BIG Playin' anchors down the first set---Second set starts of w/ a few quick spritley intro tunes (Keith' intros are just great!)--a great TLEO, HCS, and then things get a lil' more serious--a still had-to-hurt He's Gone and then the Other One melting into Bobby McGee and back into the Other One to the cuckoos-nest and then we go into the dawn w/ the anthem of Sugar Mag. That is how it is done!! Classy act. Everyone seems to be on board for this outing. The audience recording patched in is not too bad-all things considered decades down the road. Doubledose is in there w/ the 4 star performance--just a knockdown because of audio. Great show.
March 9, 2005 Subject:
Good show but stitched together with band aids and shoe polish
There are some highlights and in general this is pretty solid but the hopping back and forth between aud and brd is annoying. Sound quality 2.5 show quality 4 = 3.25. I know some folks may think this harsh but cannot give this higher.